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Work hard. Stay humble.

by Sophia M., 24 year old Artist from Munich / Minneapolis, United States

31 comments · 2 · January 15, 2013

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Thrifted Knit Snood, Thrifted Burgundy, Forever 21 Fedora, Osco Lace Up Wedges, Layered Gold Chains, Opitz Annex Plaid, Street Shop In Boston Mustard Denim - Work hard. Stay humble. - Sophia Mayrhofer
HYPE 395
  1. knit snood

    ,

    thrifted

    , in Scarves
  2. burgundy

    ,

    thrifted

    , in Cardigans
  3. fedora

    ,

    Forever 21

    , in Hats
  4. lace up wedges

    ,

    osco

    , in Heels/Wedges
  5. layered gold chains

    , in Jewelry
  6. plaid

    ,

    opitz annex

    , in Shirts
  7. mustard denim

    ,

    street shop in boston

    , in Pants

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Comments (31)

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Gaby Fuentes
amazing colors!
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Courtney Marshall
Love ur haircut on you girl!
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Fani Gaytan
Pretty colors
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Paulina C
amazing haircut, you look fab!! :)
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Darina Kroitor
wonderful look <3
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Margaret Ye
Absolutely love the colours!
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Kyla G
over the summer all wore were leggings and dresses. now i just hate how restricted i feel in jeans i love jeans but i feel free in dresses lol
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Michelle Waugh
love the color combo!
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Joelle Rosen
i love your use of color!
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Vila Kazi
Love the mustard and oxblood! inspired for autumn! :)
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